He Drills A Hole Through Multiple Plastic Pumpkins - How He Arranges Them Together Is Impressive
FaithTap Staff 10/12/2015
It's that time of year again. The season when leaves are changing colors and pumpkins can be found adorning peoples doorsteps and homes - but this year, try something different with pumpkins by transforming a simple plastic pumpkin into a unique statement piece that you can reuse again next year.
Faux pumpkin flowerpot
Give your ordinary flower pot the boot for fall and remove the top of a plastic pumpkin for a clever way to store flowers.
Or try making a pumpkin flower planter
If you want to store multiple flower pots, this is a tiered flower planter that you can use every year. Isn't it adorable? For instruction on how, visit here.
Spray paint pumpkins and pedestals from the dollar store
Grab a few pumpkins and some decorative pedestals to create a gorgeous centerpiece with a few simple sprays of spray paint. No one will ever guess they're plastic!
You can paint phrases over the spray paint.
And even coat them in glitter for a fun look.
Duct tape pumpkins
Have some unique patterned duct tape lying around? Use it as a decorative way to wrap a plastic pumpkin.
Paper decoupage a plastic pumpkin
Start by painting the pumpkins white and then printing a few sheets of your favorite design on regular paper. Then stick them onto the pumpkins using mod podge.
Wrap it in burlap
It's so simple and it just screams fall. To learn how, visit here.
Faux-pumpkin house number topiary
This is a unique way to mark your house number during the fall season. It's extremely simple too. For full directions, visit here.
Tulle covered pumpkin
Add some tulle and ribbons to a plastic pumpkin for added flair. It's a simple change that goes a long way.
Spider covered pumpkin
Hot glue plastic spiders onto a plastic pumpkin for a frightful look.
Cut a plastic pumpkin in half and decorate the exterior with spray paint, ribbons and autumn decor for a great front door decoration.
Really make the house pop with an amazing archway to welcome trick-or-treaters.
So instead of only using real pumpkins this year, throw in some inexpensive plastic pumpkins around the house as well. The best part is they can all be reused next year, unlike the real pumpkins that you'll have to toss in the trash. Get together with friends and family to get started on your favorite faux pumpkin ideas.